Sanatoria Dolnośląskie Limited Liability Company

Tradition in sanatorium treatment, experience, modern treatment facilities and affordable prices.

Sanatoriums belonging to the company are located in the most popular health resorts of Lower Silesia. These resorts have exceptional advantages in the form of natural healing waters and unique climate.

The correctness of treatment is supervised by a qualified medical staff, physiotherapists and nursing personnel.

Sanatorium called "Zimowit" is situated in the centre of Duszniki-Zdroj, and Sanatorium "Azalia" is located in the centre of Szczawno-Zdroj.

We cordially invite you to visit our facilities, where the unique atmosphere is created by engaged employees, supported by modern treatment base and hotel infrastructure.

Additional advantages of our facilities are: Slavic cuisine with soul, diet matched to the patients' needs, own stylish dining rooms, rich cultural and entertainment program, as well as complete rehabilitation area.

Sanatoria Dolnoslaskie Limited Liability Company

offers sanatorium and hospital services, as well as long-term care.

Units of the Company:

  • Sanatorium "Azalia" in Szczawno-Zdroj,
  • Sanatorium "Zimowit" in Duszniki-Zdroj,
  • Specialist Hospital of Lung Diseases in Rosciszow with the Department of Palliative Medicine and the Health Care Centre,
  • Rehabilitation and Haematology Hospital for Children "Orlik" in Kudowa-Zdroj,
  • Health Care Centres in Sokolowsko,
  • Lower Silesian Centre for Intergenerational Care "DOOM" in Sokolowsko.


Sanatoria Dolnośląskie Limited Liability Company
Parkowa Street No. 3, 58-351 Sokolowsko, Poland
phone no.: + 48 74 854 82 40

New project co-financed from external sources.

The project titled 'Adjustment of "Waligora" facility' in Sokolowsko being in charge of long-term care for the elderly, chronically ill and dependent persons is co-financed within the implementation of the Operational Programme PL07 under the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014. Read more »